Eugene, OR, July 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- This Thursday will be a big day for the Society to Save Endangered Species. President and founder, Fred Smilek, and the Society will be welcoming Michael Sanchez to the team. Mr. Sanchez, a state-wide renowned microbiologist in the Oregon area, has extensive experience in the ecosystems of endangered animals. An Ivy League graduate, he has spent much time abroad in foreign countries, studying the habitats of animals on the endangered list and educating local people on the importance of preserving these creatures.
"Michael brings a new level of expertise", says Smilek. "That combined with his excitement and energy to help the world's endangered animals will make him a valuable long-term asset to our organization." The nearly 20 members of the Society to Save Endangered Species are hoping that Sanchez is the credible source they need to gain momentum for their small, start-up group. Fred Smilek and his dedicated team are making strides each and every day towards their ultimate goal which is the protection of endangered species. He is actively recruiting anyone with a strong interest and desire to preserve and protect some of the rarest species on the planet.
For those interested in either joining the Society to Save Endangered Species or volunteering there time, please get involved at www.fredjsmilek.com. From there, you can catch up on the latest news involving endangered species as well as other environmental news.